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Arsenal to pressure FA to BAN Mike Dean? 6

Posted on September 19, 2015 by admin

Arsene Wenger was understandably furious about the latest shocking performance from a referee and his assistants that has cost Arsenal three points and two of our players. The Frenchman even went so far as to mention the referee by name and it is not the first time that the name of Mike Dean has been involved with some dodgy decisions against Arsenal.

He was the man in the middle when Rooney dived to earn that penalty and he was also the ref caught on camera doing a little celebratory skip when Tottenham scored against us. It is clear that he has no love for Arsenal, or maybe Wenger, and I do not see why we have to take it.

Arsenal XI for Chelsea – BFG and Walcott to start 0

Posted on September 19, 2015 by admin

The way that the Premier League fixture schedule worked out means that the game today will be the second time Arsenal have faced one of our big EPL rivals already and that adds extra pressure. But the same is true of Chelsea as they have already lost to Man City and are in a much worse position in the league than Arsenal.

Chelsea also have a few injury problems at both ends of the pitch, with Courtois out for a long spell with injury and with Pedro, Falcao and Willian out of action. That is quite a serious weakening of their attacking options and it puts a lot of onus on Diego Costa and Hazard.

Arsenal must show NO FEAR at Chelsea 0

Posted on September 19, 2015 by Patrick

Although Arsenal beat Chelsea in the Community Shield in pre-season, the Gunners are still to find a win in the League against Jose Mourinho’s side, and Theo Walcott says that his team must simply play without fear to breal that terrible run against the Portugese manager.

“I think we need to play with no fear,” Walcott told “You can see how Chelsea have started the season, no one has given them any respite on the ball at all, and I think we need to be exactly the same like that.

Should Arsenal boss accept Mourinho’s handshake offer? 0

Posted on September 18, 2015 by admin

We will have to wait and see whether it happens yet, but it is being reported by The Mirror that when Arsenal and Chelsea meet in the big Premier League game at Stamford Bridge tomorrow, Jose Mourinho will offer his hand to Arsene Wenger in an attempt to put an end to the long running feud between the managers.

If this does happen, how do you think Wenger should and will respond?

Arsenal fans’ transfer fury as Wenger leaves £200m in the bank!?! 0

Posted on September 18, 2015 by admin

So there were no players available in the summer transfer window that would improve Arsenal? Is that what you are telling us Arsene Wenger? I wonder just how hard he really tried because with the amount of money that the Gunners have salted away I would think we would be able to sign just about anyone if we really wanted.

The Arsenal website has published the club’s financial report from the 2014-15 financial year and they make interesting reading. As well as a rise in profit and turnover, Arsenal added about £20 million to the cash reserves and that means there is nearly £200 million in the bank and that is separate to the money that is kept by as security on our debt.

BOOM – Chelsea rocked and Arsenal BIG favourites to win! 0

Posted on September 17, 2015 by admin

After that shocking and below par display from Arsenal in the Champions League, despote all the changes to the starting line up, Arsene Wenger and the players need to get back into the swing and give us Arsenal fans something to cheer about.

Normally a trip to Chelsea would be the last thing you wanted in that situation but right now it could be just what the Gunners need. It was unfortunate that Chelsea got a good and easy win at home to the hapless Maccabi Tel Aviv this week but that only papers over the cracks and a Premier League clash with a major rival is a whole other matter.

Wrighty blames Wenger for Arsenal woes! Is he Right-y? 5

Posted on September 17, 2015 by admin

There have been a lot of people sticking up for Arsene Wenger and his Arsenal team selection and tactics after the unfancied Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb inflicted and damaging Champions League defeat on Arsenal last night.

Many think that it was the performances of the individual players and the team in general that was to blame for the shock result and that they let the manager down, but the former Arsenal and England striker Ian Wright thinks differently. As reported by The Telegraph today, Wrighty was quick to blame Wenger.

Arsenal starting XI for Dinamo Zagreb with FOUR changes 0

Posted on September 16, 2015 by admin

We already knew that Arsene Wenger would be making at least two changes to the Arsenal starting line up from Saturday´s win over Stoke City, as he told us that Aaron Ramsey and Hector Bellerin were staying at home for a rest ahead of the Chelsea clash.

But with less than three days between games, those will not be the only changes made. Mathieu Debuchy will come in for Bellerin and I would be amazed if Kieran Gibbs did not replace Monreal on the other flank as well. As Ramsey has been playing on the right, he could be replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain but I think he will bring in Giroud and push Walcott out wide instead.

Arsenal to sign this striker in January after Welbeck blow? 0

Posted on September 15, 2015 by admin

I guess it all depends on whether the Arsenal manager or the England manager is right about the return date from injury of Danny Welbeck. If Arsene Wenger is right and the former Man United forward is ready to play again around the turn of the year, then the chances of Arsenal signing another striker in the January transfer window are pretty slim.

But if Roy Hodgson is right with his prediction about Welbeck missing around six months after undergoing an operation to fix his knee problem, then the chances of the Gunners boss adding to his forward options are much greater.

Arsenal have found their perfect striker 0

Posted on September 15, 2015 by Patrick

The win against Stoke highlighted the triumph of class over brute force. It also highlighted the worth of a certain player called Theo Walcott in his striker role.

Walcott has always been acknowledged for his versatility and speed. When be burst onto the scene as a youngster, he was a speedy winger who could trick any defence. But the question always remained top of his agenda – could he become a top striker like his idol Thierry Henry?

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